"He has written a German history as well as a foreigner could write it," said gottsched.
"Well, I think we have already made many beautiful things of it," said gottsched, in the full consciousness of his own fame.
"But gottsched has really great and imperishable merit," said Quintus, eagerly.
gottsched did not perceive the mockery which lay in these words of the king, but received them smilingly as agreeable flattery.
gottsched was deeply interested in the restoration of the German drama.
The king was about to reply, when a servant entered and gave him a letter from the professor, gottsched.
I received a translation of 'Iphigenia' by gottsched, and Quintus read it to me.
Gellert is the wisest and cleverest poet of his time—a much worthier man than gottsched, with all his pompous knowledge.
The king sent for Professor gottsched a few days since, and conversed with him a long time.
gottsched, who induced her to establish French tragedy and comedy as the sole models of the regular drama.